07 January 2019 - 08:29
News ID: 442862
Deputy of Education in the Islamic Seminaries:‎
Rasa – Hujjat al-Islam Rostamnejad said, “Dozens of disciplines and fields of knowledge ‎have been established in the seminary and one can claim that today, the seminaries have ‎the most diverse system of disciplines in the Islamic educational system.”‎

RNA – Speaking at a conference entitled: “The Achievements of the Islamic Revolution, the ‎Clergy and the Islamic Seminaries” which was held at the Centre for the Management of the ‎Islamic Seminaries in Qom, Hujjat al-Islam Mahdi Rostamnejad, the deputy of education in ‎the Islamic Seminaries of Iran, said, “The Islamic Seminaries are like a ‘good tree,’ of which ‎its first cornerstone was laid by the Prophet of Islam and the Ahlul-Bayt.”‎

His Eminence said that almost fourteen centuries have passed in which the seminaries have ‎reached perfection so that it could form a powerful government based on Wilayat al-Faqih ‎‎[Guardianship of the Jurisprudent] and added, “It’s natural that before and after the Islamic ‎Revolution that there have been many differences in many aspects, especially in terms of ‎science and scientific achievements.”‎

He stated, “The first axis of the work of the seminaries is the development of the boundaries ‎of knowledge and the diversification of specialized religious disciplines. These are among the ‎most valuable works of the seminaries in the post-revolutionary period. The seminaries must ‎enter into new realms and respond to the needs of the Islamic system and society.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Rostamnejad added, “The seminaries that previously almost exclusively ‎discussed jurisprudence and the principles of jurisprudence, after the Islamic Revolution, ‎entered a new arena and today, dozens of disciplines and fields of knowledge have been ‎established in the seminary and one can claim that today, the seminaries have the most ‎diverse system of disciplines in the Islamic educational system.”‎

He explained that the second axis of the valuable work of the seminaries is their serious ‎focus on new issues in jurisprudence and said, “The seminaries are seeking to solve the new ‎jurisprudential issues required by the system and society, and after that, the glorious Islamic ‎Revolution occurred and dozens of issues came to the fore in regard to which the seminaries ‎must enter and give an appropriate response.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Rostamnejad continued, noting, “In this regard, we can refer to the ‎establishment of teaching chairmanships in the higher levels and kharij (graduate) level of ‎dozens in new jurisprudential fields (medicine, education, social relations, politics and family), ‎the design and implementation of dozens of disciplines in jurisprudence, the establishment of ‎various scientific research centres on jurisprudence, the participation of seminarians in ‎conferences on contemporary jurisprudence in Iran and abroad and the establishment of the ‎Office of Studies and Research on Contemporary Jurisprudence in the seminaries.”‎

Rasa News Agency


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